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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1904)
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Phonographs and Records
New hard Gold Molded Columbia
Records at Half Price, 25c each
Fall line of Barney & Berry Skates-
Of Every Description
Girard Cycle Co.
1304 O Street.
GEO. A. WILSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Shop, 222 S. 12th. Telephone B 1397
Estimates farnidhed upon application
Job work promptly attended to.
RatcH $1.00 nnd $1.25 Por Day.
Special Rntuj by tho Wwk.
, MRS. KATE MARTIN, PROP.
Only ono block from B. k M. Depot. Only ono
block from Post Ofllce. Near nil
street enr linos.
731 O Street. Lincoln, Nubroxka
Gonoral Stenographer, Mlmeogra
- phlc WorkTA Specialty
319 RIohardfl-BI'k. Lincoln, Nob.
Dr. Jno. J; Davis
Graduate Optician and1
Headnches and all Nervous Troubles
lioved by correctly .fitted Spectacles.
Prices Low. Consultation free.
Homo Office, 1238 O St. Phono B 955
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LionYn rlctlyconOdenUal. HANDBOOK on I'atenU
The young women's Social Hour
lub hold a pleasant session last Fri
day afternoon, the third this year. Tho
program committee, MiBses Mary
Minor. Carrie Lute and Elizabeth Ly
man, had arranged an attractive pro
gram consisting of a piano solo by
MIbs Jessie Doylo, entitled the "Rustle
of Spring." and a Schumann .selection
by Miss Florence Chapman. Mrs. T.
M. Hodgman gave an Informal talk on
the art exhibit and in particular the
message of Sargent. The refreshment
committee, consisting of Misses Hazel
Cameron, Helen Cornell, Florence
Chapman. Keo Currie, Julia Deweese
and Maud Dilworth. delighted the girls
with a two-course luncheon of choco
late, turkey sandwiches, pickles, fruit
saladB and cake. Twenty-five of the
young women thus spent a pleasant
A veiy neat open book case has been
put in the reception room for the
eighty exchanges which are now com
ing to the Academy. The students will
probably enjoy comparing these period
icals, many of them very ambitious,
with their own modest publication. But
as our exchange editors remark in
this issue if we are small there la op
portunity to grow.
Messrs. Elmer Johnson, A. R. Blge
low and George A. Withers have reg
istered in the Academy the past week.
Mr. F. J. Porter, who was forced home
a week before tho vacation by rheu
matism, has returned and although by
no means well aB yet will resume his
woik. We welcome him back.
Many Inquiries from prospective sec
ond semester students are coming to
the office. Next week's Nebraskan will
contain particulars of a recent com
munication from the principal to high
school principals, which Ib attracting
The Lincoln Academy News made its
second appeal ance this morning, it
contains a fetter from Prof. G. E. Bar
ber to teachers of Latin, which will be
The young men are wondering If the
girls' basket ball teams will give them
good cause for shouting. They promise
to raise the roof if occasion offers.
A Webster's International Diction
ary will hereafter be available and
thus a want long felt be supplied.
New Books Received.
Two large boxes of valuable books
have been received at tho llbrary-from
France, -consisting of two sets that arc
certainly valuable acquisitions. One of
these sets is extremely aluablo. and
has been secured after a six years'
waif! It is the Encyclopoedla of La
rousse, and Is the finest work 67 its
kind published. It could hae been se
cured before had there not been a dif
ference as lo price, and comes now
only when the desired concession was
made. It Is valded at 785 francs. The
other set consisted of a number of vol
umes containing a list of all books pub
lished In Franco from 1840 up to the
present time. This book- will bo of
-great assistance in locating French
ro-!bokB and giving Information as to
their costi Similar lists of English,
German and American literature are in
possession of Mr. Wyer, and this lat
est acquisition fulfills a long-felt want.
Professor Bessoy has just finished
two articles for tho Encyclopaedia
Amerlcnna, ono on the topic "Plants"
and the other on "Prairie Vegetation."
He has now under preparation .an ar
ticle on "Russian Travel Notes," and
papers on "Tho Structure and Classi
fication of the Protophytes," for tho
proceedings of the American Micro
scopical society, and "Notes on the
Agriculture of the Caucasus Moun
tains" for tho proceedings of the So
ciety for the Promotion of Agricultural
Restaurant Uniquq, 1228 o St
Wright Drug Co,. 117 No. llth.
All this weok, Sanderson's Discount
Lctning's, ice crenra and candy; 11th
and' Tj Sts.
NOTICE TO FORESTRY STUDENTS.
A change has been made In the
Freshman studies in the forestry group
whereby the course in elementary for
estry (forestry 8) will not bo given
the second semester. In its placo stu
dents in forestry will register for tho
study of woods (botany 35), which will
bo given as a two-hour course for the
benefit of these students. This arrange
ment Is for tho coming semester only,
and It is understood that next year the
omitted work will be given. All for
estry students who take tho study of
woods next semester under this ar
rangement aro asked to boo me at
the earliest possible moment, in order
that I may know how many books to
secure for their use.
Sam'B Cafe. The only place in the
city to get the famoitB "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special sorvlco foi la
LOST A 1902 L. II. S. class pin.
Finder please leave at thiB ofllc.
The English club will meet Satur
day evening, January 1G, with Miss
Dorothy Green, 2501 R street.
Meeting of tho freshmen hop com
mittee this mornln at 10 a, m., U.
Ill, to turn in tickets and settle ac
counts. ATTENTION BASEBALL MEN.
All mon desiring to try for the base
ball team should see Captain Townsend
at once especially battery poBltlonB.
The Pedagogical club will meet at
7:30 this evening In U. 212. Superin
tendent Fowler will address the meet
ing. LOST A middle-Jointed, modern
Waterman fountain pen, at chapel time
Friday. Probably left In Station A,
or dropped In the main building. Please
leave at Nebraskan or executive ofllce.
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to Mention the Paper
While Doing So.
BANKS Columbia, First National."
BARBER SHOP Palace, R. & C,
Shannon, Marshall & Richards,
BATHS Chris' Place.
BICYCLES, ATrfLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles, Girard.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co-
Op, Brown, University Booli Store.
CIGARS Powell, Lindsey, Claroy, Fo-
CLOTHING Unland, Mageo & Deemer,
B. L. Palno, Armstrong, Toggery.
COAL Gregory, Dlorks, Whltobreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Lemlng. Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kltchon.
DAIRY Franklin, Loming.
DRUGGIST Btolnor, Woempner. Roc
tor, Brjwn, Rlggs, Wright.
FLORISTS Chapln BroB.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
FURNITURE Rudgo & Guonzol, A. M.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. Lincoln
HARDWARE Hall, Rudge & Quonzel.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
HOTELS Llndoll, Walton.
NIGHT SCHOOL Modern CoramtT
clal. NO VELTI ES Thorpo.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
PAINT & GLASS Western Glass &
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING, Griffin Oreor, New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press.
RESTAURANTS Wcsterflcld, Unique,
Doq Cameron, Good Health.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
son, Anderson, Cincinnati Slfoe,
Cincinnati Shoo Storo.
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
MANDOLIN & GUITAR INSTRUC
TION Mrs. Roy M. Rhone, 1332 J.
8UITORIUM Webor, Burt's.
TAILORS Unland. BumBtead, Lud
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